0.6/1KW PVC insulation, cross-linked polyethylene insulated fire-resistant cables

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0.6/1KW PVC insulation, cross-linked polyethylene insulated fire-resistant cables
                  I. Product Properties:

                   As for fire-resistant cable, GB/T12706-2002 standard may be the reference. Fire-resistant properties should be in line with GB/T18380-2001 standard.
                   This product use fire-resistant mica as a fire-resistant layer and its sheath is made from flame-retardant PVC sheathing material.
                   II. Characteristics of usage:
                   This product is applied to power distribution lines with AC rated voltage of 0.6/1kv and below and the occasions with the need of fire-resistant properties.
                   When the cable is laid, the ambient temperature should not be less than 0 ℃, and the minimum bending radius is 15 times the outer diameter of the cable.



Type and specifications of the cables:
                                                                       

Type

Description

Number of cores

Conductive wire core nominal cross-section mm2

NH-VV

Copper core PVC insulated PVC sheathed fire-resistant cables

1-5

1.5-240

NH-VV22

Copper core PVC insulated PVC sheathed fire-resistant steel belt armored sheathed cables

1-5

2.5-240

NH-YJV

Copper core cross-linked polyethylene insulated PVC sheathed fire-resistant cables

1-5

1.5-240

NH-YJV22

Copper core cross-linked polyethylene insulated steel belt armored PVC sheathed fire-resistant  cable

1-5

2.5-240


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